Benefits of eating chocolate cakes
Morning is the best time to consume sweets because that’s when the body’s metabolism is most active — and we have the rest of the day to work off the calories, a new study shows. Eating cookies or chocolate as part of breakfast that includes proteins and carbs also helps stem the craving for sweets later.
Dark chocolate is good for your heart. A small bar on a daily basis can help keep your heart and your cardiovascular system works. Two health benefits of dark chocolate heart are:
- Lowering blood pressure: Studies have shown that consumption of a small black bar of chocolate every day can reduce blood pressure in people with high blood pressure.
- Reduce cholesterol: Dark chocolate has also been shown to reduce LDL (bad cholesterol) by almost 10 percent.
Before you grab a chocolate candy bar or slice of chocolate cake, it’s important to understand that not all forms of chocolate contain high levels of flavanols.
Cocoa naturally has a very strong, pungent taste, which comes from the flavanols. When cocoa is processed into your favorite chocolate products, it goes through several steps to reduce this taste. The more chocolate is processed (through things like fermentation, alkalizing, roasting, etc.), the more flavanols are lost.
Most commercial chocolates are highly processed. Although it was once believed that dark chocolate contained the highest levels flavanols, recent research indicates that, depending on how the dark chocolate was processed, this may not be true. The good news is that most major chocolate manufacturers are looking for ways to keep the flavanols in their processed chocolates. But for now, your best choices are likely dark chocolate over milk chocolate (especially milk chocolate that is loaded with other fats and sugars) and cocoa powder that has not undergone Dutch processing (cocoa that is treated with an alkali to neutralize its natural acidity).
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